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I have had my PX4 compact 9mm for a long time now, and I have always disliked the trigger. The SA especially. So, I am considering buying the Trigger job in a bag from Langdon. I initially looked up the Beretta Competition trigger group. Reading about that brought me to Langdon.
Anyone have experience with this upgrade? I feel like by the time I squeeze off half the force needed to make the trigger break, the gun begins to sometimes shake at that point due to my inability to control as well at that much force. So, wondering about simply the competition trigger group alone, vs the Langdon trigger job vs do nothing, sell the gun and get something else lol I had Ernest do a trigger job on my px4, not exactly sure what he did to it. Somewhere here on this Beretta thread I posted up the changes from before and afterntge trigger job in a bag. Likely in the archives from about a year ago vegas2K.
Avg was 9lb 11oz, and varied between 8lb 5oz to Shooting at the range with the trigger job in a bag was much better. Not a cheap thing to buy, but is makes the gun shoot much nicer. I don't have s, but it's much better, especially DA.
I only have about rounds since the swap, so I'm hoping it lightens and tightens a bit over time. I know it's not cheap, but I think I'm better off improving this handgun than changing to a new one, especially since it's comfortable for me to shoot to begin with.
I hope it's not too difficult to change out.
I forget what spring i got, it is easy to do. I watched the video once, then watched it again, and would hit pause and do as shown. Sometimes you cannot quite see what to do in the video, but it is easy enough.
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Advertising. View Quote The factory Px4 had a variance of almost 2 pounds. I didn't even realize that variance. Looks like on average around a 7oz improvement.Ar 15 trigger job in a bag
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